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Calgary


Park Size: 8km of trails in 93 hectares
Trail Length: 2 km – 8 km

Difficulty: Easy - Family
Park Amenities:
Birding
Dog Walking
Jogging
Pet Friendly
Picnicking
Walking
Wildlife Watching


Griffith Woods is classified as a Special Protection Natural Environment Park because of its overall environmental sensitivity and significance.There are a lot of pathways in the park, so you could spend an hour or so exploring them.

Griffith Woods is a secret to most Calgarians not living in the community of Discovery Ridge.  Located at the edge of the city as you take Hwy 8 out to Bragg Creek, it is a natural environment park that winds its way along the banks of the Elbow River. From the parking lot you can either take the paved trails heading West or East but the longest walk will be in the West direction & if you decide on East, you'll end up at a small lagoon where the trail soon ends. 

You can take the flat paved paths if you have a buggy or children learning to ride their bikes. There are no hills in the park, it's actually a great place to practice riding a bike.  If you are looking for a more natural experience, follow the gravel paths to find hidden bridges and even a small swimming hole. The signage for griffiths is great.  Great for romantic walks and picnics.

Griffth Woods, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

 

Address:

Griffiths Woods Trails
160 Discovery Ridge Blvd
Calgary
Canada

How To Get ToGriffiths Woods Trails

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Driving directions: Take Glenmore Trail (highway 8) going towards Bragg Creek, turn left onto Discovery Ridge Boulevard SW, Go straight across the roundabout (traffic circle) turn left onto Discovery Ridge Link, follow this road into the park
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